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40/50 YEAR RECERTIFICATION

Section 8-11(f) of the Miami-Dade County Code and Section 109.14 Florida Building Code - Broward County

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Section 8-11(f) Miami-Dade County If notification that your property(s) must receive re-certification to comply with Section 8-11(f) of the Code of Miami Dade County has been issued by the Building Department to comply with Re-Certification, you must hire a firm that is licensed and qualified by a Florida Architect or Engineer to perform an inspection of your property(s) and examine for proper evaluation the specific areas of Structural and Electrical concerns, as outlined in the Minimum Inspection Procedural Guidelines Forms. This Form must be prepared, signed and sealed by a duly licensed and qualified Inspector. SCOPE OF STRUCTURAL INSPECTION Visual Examination Steel Framing System Testing Procedures Concrete Framing Systems Manual Procedures Windows and Doors Foundations Structural Glazing Roofs Wood Framing Masonry Bearing Walls Building Facade Floor and Roof Systems Loading Scope of Electrical Inspection

The purpose of the required inspection and report is to confirm with reasonable fashion that the building or structure and all

habitable and non-habitable areas, as deemed necessary, by the inspecting professional to establish compliance are safe for

continued use under present occupancy. As mentioned before, this is a recommendation procedure, and under no

circumstances are these minimum recommendations intended to supplant proper professional judgment.

Electric Service

A description of the type of service supplying the building or structure must be provided, stating the size of amperage, if

three (3) phase or single (1) phase, and if the system is protected by fuses or breakers.

Proper grounding of the service should also be in good standing. The meter and electric rooms should have sufficient

clearance for equipment and for the serviceman to perform both work and inspections.

Gutters and electrical panels should all be in good condition in each meter room throughout the entire building or structure.

Branch Circuits

Branch circuits in the building must all be identified, and an evaluation of the conductors must be performed.

There should also exist proper grounding for equipment used in the building, such as an emergency generator, or elevator motor.

Conduit Raceways

All types of wiring methods present in the building must be detailed and individually inspected.

The evaluation of each type of conduit and cable, if applicable, must be done individually.

The conduits in the building should be free from erosion and checked for considerable dents in the conduits that may be

prone to cause a short.

The conductors and cables in these conduits should be chafe free and their currents not over the rated amount.

Emergency Lighting

Exit sign lights and emergency lighting, along with a functional fire alarm system, if applicable,must all be in good working

condition.

Infrared Thermography Inspection

For electrical systems operating at 400 amperes or greater, an infrared thermography inspection with a written report of the

following electrical equipment must be provided as applicable or as otherwise indicated below: bus-ways, switchgear,

panel-boards (except in dwelling unit load centers), disconnects, VFDS, starters, control panels, timers, meter centers, gutters

junction boxes, automatic/manual transfer switches, exhaust fans and transformers.

The infrared inspection of electrical equipment shall be performed by a Level-II or higher certified infrared Thermographers

who is qualified and trained to recognize and document thermal anomalies in electrical systems and possesses over 7 years

of experience inspecting electrical systems associated with commercial buildings.

Other important inspections to be in compliant with code include: Foundations, Roofs, Masonry Bearing Walls, Floor and

Roof Systems, Steel Framing System, Concrete Framing Systems, Windows and Doors, Structural Glazing, Wood Framing,

Building Facade, Loading.

To read more in detail you can download the Minimum Inspection Procedural Guidelines Building Structural Recertification

(40/50 year recertification)

40/50 YEAR RECERTIFICATION

Sterilization Inc.                         Infrared Thermography Division.              Offices /  Warehouse             17 E. Lucy Street              Homestead, Fl 33030             infraredthermographyinspectors@gmail.com      786-721-0114

Infrared Thermography

Sterilization Inc

Section 8-11(f) Miami-Dade County If notification that your property(s) must receive re-certification to comply with Section 8-11(f) of the Code of Miami Dade County has been issued by the Building Department to comply with Re-Certification, you must hire a firm that is licensed and qualified by a Florida Architect or Engineer to perform an inspection of your property(s) and examine for proper evaluation the specific areas of Structural and Electrical concerns, as outlined in the Minimum Inspection Procedural Guidelines Forms. This Form must be prepared, signed and sealed by a duly licensed and qualified Inspector. SCOPE OF STRUCTURAL INSPECTION Visual Examination Steel Framing System Testing Procedures Concrete Framing Systems Manual Procedures Windows and Doors Foundations Structural Glazing Roofs Wood Framing Masonry Bearing Walls Building Facade Floor and Roof Systems Loading Scope of Electrical Inspection

The purpose of the required inspection and

report is to confirm with reasonable fashion that

the building or structure and all habitable and

non-habitable areas, as deemed necessary, by

the inspecting professional to establish

compliance are safe for continued use under

present occupancy. As mentioned before, this is

a recommendation procedure, and under no

circumstances are these minimum

recommendations intended to supplant proper

professional judgment.

Electric Service

A description of the type of service supplying the

building or structure must be provided, stating

the size of amperage, if three (3) phase or single

(1) phase, and if the system is protected by fuses

or breakers.

Proper grounding of the service should also be in

good standing. The meter and electric rooms

should have sufficient clearance for equipment

and for the serviceman to perform both work and

inspections.

Gutters and electrical panels should all be in good

condition in each meter room throughout the

entire building or structure.

Branch Circuits

Branch circuits in the building must all be

identified, and an evaluation of the conductors

must be performed.

There should also exist proper grounding for

equipment used in the building, such as an

emergency generator, or elevator motor.

Conduit Raceways

All types of wiring methods present in the

building must be detailed and individually

inspected.

The evaluation of each type of conduit and cable,

if applicable, must be done individually.

The conduits in the building should be free from

erosion and checked for considerable dents in

the conduits that may be prone to cause a short.

The conductors and cables in these conduits

should be chafe free and their currents not over

the rated amount.

Emergency Lighting

Exit sign lights and emergency lighting, along with

a functional fire alarm system, if applicable,must

all be in good working condition.

Infrared Thermography Inspection

For electrical systems operating at 400 amperes

or greater, an infrared thermography inspection

with a written report of the following electrical

equipment must be provided as applicable or as

otherwise indicated below: bus-ways, switchgear,

panel-boards (except in dwelling unit load

centers), disconnects, VFDS, starters, control

panels, timers, meter centers, gutters junction

boxes, automatic/manual transfer switches,

exhaust fans and transformers.

The infrared inspection of electrical equipment

shall be performed by a Level-II or higher certified

infrared Thermographers who is qualified and

trained to recognize and document thermal

anomalies in electrical systems and possesses

over 7 years of experience inspecting electrical

systems associated with commercial buildings.

To read more in detail you can download the

Minimum Inspection Procedural Guidelines

Building Structural Recertification

(40/50 year recertification)

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